ZBrush is a complex program that does a lot of stuff besides 3D printing. So, you may want to familiarize yourself with the basic interface of ZBrush before watching this course. Don't worry, I'll be calling out any keystrokes that I use, and I'll be taking it step-by-step. So, you don't have to be a ZBrush expert by any means. If you want to get caught up on ZBrush, a good course for that is my ZBrush 4 Essential Training. If you need any help with the sculpting or the painting, the essential training course is what you want to watch. In this 3D printing course, we'll be starting with models that are already sculpted and painted.
All they need now is to be prepared for 3D printing. You can also use this course for help with printing models that were made in other programs. All you need to do is to import them into Zbrush. As long as the file is in an OBJ or Maya ASCII format, you can bring it into Zbrush. All right. Well, let's get into the 3D printing.
This course was created by Ryan Kittleson. We're honored to host this training in our library.
- Combining multiple objects
- Sizing an object with real-world units
- Fixing parts that are too thin
- Cutting models into smaller pieces
- Making models hollow
- Working with color 3D prints